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Jury Hands Down $20 Million Verdict Against Johnson & Johnson Over Woman's Vaginal Mesh Implant Injuries

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A jury ruled that Johnson & Johnson needs to shell out millions for a New Jersey woman who suffered serious injuries after being implanted with a vaginal mesh device. 196 more words

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FDA Approves New Drug That Could Take a Slice Out of Johnson & Johnson's Best Seller

Pharma giant Johnson & Johnson’s Remicade brought in nearly $7 billion in sales last year. But Samsung Bioepis and partner Merck are hoping to claw away some of that market share with a new rival therapy—one that could come at a significant discount to the pricey arthritis and psoriasis treatment, which is J&J’s best-selling product by far. 353 more words

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Johnson & Johnson Wants to Use 3D Printing to Heal Broken Bones

There DePuy Synthes Products, Inc., an arm of pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson (JNJ, +0.46%), is setting out to use 3D printed bones to fix injuries and deformities. 211 more words

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Johnson & Johnson Wants to Use 3D Printing to Heal Broken Bones

ThereDePuy Synthes Products, Inc., an arm of pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson , is setting out to use 3D printed bones to fix injuries and deformities. 274 more words

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J&J misses sales estimates; lifts forecast to reflect Actelion buy

Johnson & Johnson reported on Tuesday quarterly revenue that missed estimates due to slowing pharmaceutical sales, but the company, which is in the process of closing its $30 billion acquisition of Actelion, raised its 2017 forecast.

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March 31--Hit Them Where It Hurts

Donald Trump is truly the Teflon President–nothing sticks, no matter what is thrown at him. His Teflon skillet is made of lies.

But we can hit him where it hurts–in his wallet! 209 more words

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Johnson & Johnson Will Also Remove Ads on YouTube

U.S. healthcare conglomerate Johnson & Johnson became the latest company to suspend all digital advertising on Google’s YouTube, over concerns that its ads may have appeared on channels that broadcast offensive videos. 211 more words

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